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into a large pile of rubble. here's how scientist plan to use the implosion to better understand how the bay area is affected by earthquakes. >> now i can't even remember where it was. >> lee baker looks out from his home hours after csu east bay's warren hall was demolished. he doesn't remember hayward without the landmark that towered over camp us and defined the city's skyline for 40 years. >> felt like youyear coming home when you saw the building. >> contractors set off 162 pounds of explosions. it was called an earthquake. the force it created, magnitude 2.0 quake. the usgs will study the impact on the area ask the fault. >> it's the fault with the highest probability of generating the next large quake. >> the 13-story administrative building that also housed classrooms was built along the fault more than 40 years ago, and has been abandoned after being determined the most seismically dangerous building in the system. these seismographs were placed on campus and at volunteers' homes to measure the impact of the event with unprecedented detail. >> how hard to shake over here, how is it
leigh glaser tells us what day will be the coldest. >> the a's on the winning streak, and the football hall of fame inducted two new members, >>> in less than two hours, someone could be $300 million richer. that's when the winning powerball numbers will be drawn at 7:59 tonight. that means you have until 7:00 to buy your tickets. in may, an 84-year-old florida woman won $590 million. >> winning the lottery, the watch abc live stream is now available in the bay area. watch abc is a new way to experience abc anytime, anywhere. whether you're at home or out and about. you can enjoy your favorite forecast, tv shows and sports, on sportphone, tablet, computer 0, live on demand. a special new benefit by abc news, comcast, and charter, and at&t universe. just good to abc7news.com to fine out how to access watch abc. enter your tv provider account information to log in and get the watch abc live stream or download the app. >> time for a check on the weather and a temperature difference. >> leigh: you're exactly right. getting into tuesday and wednesday, temperatures will really start to come
period if there's no b.a.r.t. settlement by sunday night. >> extremely important to us we get this settled because the public does not deserve this. >> both sides are crunching numbers of pay, health care contributions. some riders say, just get it done. >> get too it, folks, and i really think there should be something they should not be allowed to go on strike. >> just think they already get paid pretty good and ought to feel lucky anyway got a job. >> b.a.r.t. ride ores hope those the bargaining table listen. >> if a deal is no is not reached on sunday, that cooling off period will likely happen. >> ama: we will be monitoring the talks all evening with updates at 9:00 and 11:00. and as soon as the judge makes a decision on the cooling-off period we'll bring it to you. >>> join us at an earlier time monday morning for updates on your back-to-work commute. our morning news anchors and the traffic reporter will be on a half hour earlier than usual. at 4:00 a.m. monday on the abc7 7 morning news. >>> family and friendsfriends a missing girl are handing our fliers. her father sa
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